11-20-11 11:30 PM - Post#111994 In response to lostpass
I think Andoh's minutes as a backup center largely depend on how Brian Fitzpatrick plays. In some ways, Fitzpatrick better fits Paulsen's style in that he is mobile and can play away from the basket, and has an OK outside shot. However, Enoch is stronger and better able to guard the bigger centers. He also can score on most centers if he's allowed to stay in the low post. How much he plays may be dependent on who the other team's center is.
The St. Francis game was not a great style of play for Enoch since SF largely played a very active 1-3-1 zone where BU really couldn't just post up a player and get the ball to him. Even with Muscala in the game, BU didn't do a good job with timely ball movement. Rarely was he able to get the ball before a weakside wing had rotated over to double him.
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